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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
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... Appendix A Workshop Agenda Towards a Vision for a New Data Infrastructure for Federal Statistics and Social and Economic Research in the 21st Century Workshop 2: The Implications of Using Multiple Data Sources for Major Survey Programs Open Session (Virtual) Monday, May 16, 2022 11:00 am–11:15 am EDT Introduction and Welcome • Sharon Lohr, Consensus Panel Chair, Arizona State University • Cheryl Eavey, National Science Foundation 11:15 am–1:15 pm EDT Session 1: Opportunities for Using Multiple Data Sources to Enhance Major Survey Programs Moderator: Jean-François Beaumont, Statistics Canada 231
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... Louis Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Northeastern University Erica Smith, U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics Derek Veitenheimer, State of Wisconsin 2:35–3:05 Panel/Audience Discussion 3:05 pm–3:20 pm EDT BREAK 3:20 pm–4:50 pm EDT Session 3: Improving Agriculture Statistics with New Data Sources Moderator: Shaowen Wang, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 3:25–3:45 The Crops County Estimates Program: Developing Official Statistics Based on Available Data: Linda Young, U.S.
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... National Center for Health Statistics 11:50–12:10 Administrative Data Linkages in the Health and Retire ment Study: Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid Data: Jessica Faul and Helen Levy, University of Michigan 12:10–12:20 Discussant: Hilary Hoynes, University of California, Berkeley 12:20–12:40 Panel/Audience Discussion 12:40 pm–1:00 pm EDT BREAK
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... 234 ENHANCING SURVEY PROGRAMS BY USING MULTIPLE DATA SOURCES 1:00 pm–3:00 pm EDT Session 5: Issues in Data Equity Moderator: David Mancuso, State of Washington 1:05–1:25 From Data to Decisionmaking: Using Data and Engagement to Advance Racial Equity: Steven Brown, Urban Institute 1:25–1:45 Administrative Data and Statistics for Small Race Groups and Other Populations: Randall Akee, University of California, Los Angeles 1:45–2:05 Diversity in Data: How Data Collection Decisions Help and Harm the Outcome: Frauke Kreuter, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich and University of Maryland 2:05–2:15 Moderator/Discussant Questions and Reflections: Margaret Levenstein, University of Michigan 2:15–2:45 "Fireside Chat": Clarence Wardell, Chief Data and ­Equitable Delivery Officer, Executive Office of the President and Kimberlyn Leary, Harvard University and Urban Institute 2:45–3:00 Panel/Audience Discussion 3:00 pm–3:30 pm EDT Discussion and Wrap-up Moderators: Sharon Lohr, Arizona State University and Robert M Groves, Chair of Committee on National Statistics, Georgetown University 3:30 pm EDT ADJOURNMENT NOTE: Recordings of each session and presentation slides can be found at

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